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Danske Bank takes honours as Northern Ireland's number one company but boss warns of future

Lender is highest-ranked in our Top 100 produced with Arthur Cox, but boss warns of future

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Winner: From left, Belfast Telegraph business editor Margaret Canning, Danske Bank chief executive Kevin Kingston and Lynsey Mallon, head of corporate and commercial, Arthur Cox

Winner: From left, Belfast Telegraph business editor Margaret Canning, Danske Bank chief executive Kevin Kingston and Lynsey Mallon, head of corporate and commercial, Arthur Cox

Winner: From left, Belfast Telegraph business editor Margaret Canning, Danske Bank chief executive Kevin Kingston and Lynsey Mallon, head of corporate and commercial, Arthur Cox

Danske Bank is today revealed as Northern Ireland's number one company, with pre-tax profits of £90m in the Belfast Telegraph Top 100 Companies in association with Arthur Cox.

The bank's 2019 £90m figure was up from £88.8m the year before - with the result propelling it from number three in 2019's chart to number one for 2020.

Our Top 100 is compiled by economist John Simpson, with Northern Ireland-registered firms in local, national or international ownership, ranked in order of pre-tax profits.


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